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Reform of the military officer career management system

hearing before the Military Forces and Personnel Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, second session, hearing held, September 27, 1994.
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LC ClassificationsKF27 .A763984 1994b
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House. Committee on Armed Services. The committee said DOPMA’s up-or-out promotion system “remains an important foundation for officer personnel management.

Not every officer can. Editor’s Note: This article is written by an Air Force officer using a pseudonym.

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Regular readers of War on the Rocks know that we authorize this in the rarest of this case, our editor-in-chief authorized this because the author’s career — even beyond the author’s time in the Air Force — would be at serious risk even though this article does not involve any violations of.

The military personnel system in place today is fundamentally the same one put into place after World War II, with minor modifications for officers provided by the passage of the Defense Officer Personnel Management Act ofor DOPMA.

The conclusions reached in this study were based on a broad method of analysis designed to provide analytical information about changes that could be made in the officer career management system. The authors set forth alternative future systems from which needed policies can be selected to address DoD and service objectives for officer by: The Defense Officer Personnel Management Act (DOPMA) (Pub.L.

96–) is a United States federal law passed in that for the first time standardized officer personnel management across the United States Armed established ceilings on the number of field grade officers authorized to each service, created uniform regulations governing promotions, and codified rules regarding Enacted by: the 96th United States Congress.

A United States military occupation code, or a military occupational specialty code (MOS code), is a nine-character code used in the United States Army and United States Marine Corps to identify a specific job.

In the United States Air Force, a system of Air Force Specialty Codes (AFSC) is used. In the United States Navy, a system of naval ratings and designators are used along with the Navy. Military Officer Personnel Management: Key Concepts and Statutory Provisions Congressional Research Service Summary Congress and the executive branch are currently considering changes to the officer personnel management system.

Some of these proposed changes would require changes to the laws,File Size: KB. Barron's Guide to Military Careers is a must-read volume for everybody considering a career in the army, air force, navy, marines, or coast guard.

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The book features an inventory of each branch's major military equipment, resource listings that include available publications and /5(7). Today's U.S. military personnel system is fundamentally the same one put into place after World War II, with minor changes for officers.

Reform efforts should include changes in how personnel are assigned and lengthening military careers.